Canonical’s Landscape service for Ubuntu server and desktop

The slogan at https://landscape.canonical.com states “Landscape makes the management and monitoring of Ubuntu systems simple and effective by combining world-class support with easy to use online management tools.”

You will have 60 days of free trial of Landscape upon registered to the Canonical’s Landscape website. However, you should wait for more than one week to receive the instruction to operate the Landscape.

Upon receiving the email from the official of Canonical related to Landscape, you can register your Ubuntu server or/and desktop by installing some packages. The procedure is simple and easy.

Landscape provides a very simple and easy way to manage your Ubuntu servers and desktops via web interface. Landscape continues to improve and enhance her services. You can surf her blog for the details.

You can buy the support and service of Landscape for your registered servers and/or desktop by 2 options – Standard 9×5 and Advanced 24×7 by annual. Or, you can buy Landscape as a standalone product in term of annual license at $150-USD.

You can update or/and upgrade all your servers and/or desktops at the same time via web interface by a single click. You will be informed if there is any update or/and upgrade available by email when you are subscribed.

Landscape is a good tool for all system administrators for maintaining more than one Ubuntu servers or/and desktops remotely or locally.

Recommended to all system administrators and users who are running Ubuntu servers and/or desktops.

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